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The Who scored with this year’s Moving On! tour, as it has been a rousing success for the legendary rock and roll band, as their show at the Hollywood Bowl proved. But along the way, a few dates had to be postponed due to singer Roger Daltrey and a brief illness that forced some unplanned resting from vocal duties. On Friday, the Who announced a handful of rescheduled dates for Spring 2020, make-ups of some gigs that had been shelved previously on the run. They are: April 27 / American Airlines Center / Dallas, TX April 30 / Toyota Center…

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If you’re going to call your album Get the Money, that implies a certain … style to the musical proceedings, and Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders delivered on that promise with their new record, released today. The Foo Fighters drummer is no stranger to musical adventures outside the realm of all things Foo, having put together a number of “side projects” over the years, including the amusingly named Coattail Riders band, with which he sings and plays drums. Throughout all of it, he pays homage to his musical heroes, among them Queen, led Zeppelina and the like. Get the…

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Good news, everybody: Ozzy Osbourne isn’t dead. The legendary singer was quick to assure fans of that in early October after a tumultuous few months of health concerns that forced a number of concerts to be postponed or canceled. He’s very much alive, though his brand new song “Under the Graveyard” is filled with allusions to death and being, well, in the ground in the graveyard. The song was premiered late Thursday night/early Friday night, and is a preview of Ozzy’s upcoming album, Ordinary Man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YERKoDyTMH4 The track comes with anticipation, as it’s the first glimpse of Ozzy’s new material…

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Back in April, Simple Creatures — the collaborative project between Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth — released its debut EP. It was the melding of two icons in the pop/punk world, and the music was anything but. Synth-heavy power pop with jangly beats and hooks, it was pretty entertaining. And then in October, the pair released another EP, Everything Opposite. It picks up where the first set of songs left off, arguably improving upon the formula the two laid out in their first release. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N–hfS-M3A The video for “Thanks, I Hate It,” meanwhile, is tailor…

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On Nov. 22, seven-time Grammy Award winner Beck will add to his unpredictable and captivating catalog with a new album, Hyperspace, his first since 2017’s Colors. The latest song premiered as a preview of the record is “Dark Places,” and this one definitely qualifies as mood music of the most affecting variety. Very soothing synth sounds begin the track, a midtempo aural journey that probably sounds divine driving late at night with the windows down or on headphones as you sit on the back porch of a an exotic hotel, staring off at nothing in particular. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW17lc9wMd4 Hyperspace is shaping…

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It looks like we won’t have to wait to long for new music from Ozzy Osbourne — the legendary vocalist is apparently releasing a brand new single Friday, Nov. 8 — or late Thursday, Nov. 7, to be precise. Here’s what sounds like a short preview posted on social media Thursday: https://twitter.com/OzzyOsbourne/status/1192474429969747973 This link says the song is titled “Under the Graveyard,” and features Duff McKagan on bass, Chad Smith on drums and Andrew Watt on guitar. This comes after news of Osbourne’s new studio album coming out in January, information that was divulged by Sharon Osbourne in a recent…

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It was a lightning-in-a-bottle record, of sorts. In 1995, Southern California rock/ska band No Doubt unleashed Tragic Kingdom on the world, and the ’90s music scene was forever changed. The band’s third album, Tragic Kingdom found singer Gwen Stefani, bassist Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young and keyboardist Eric Stefani (in his final album with the band) at their absolute peak. The LP featured several songs that came to exemplify the 1990s alt/rock scene as a whole, anthems that are still found on both FM and satellite radio dials today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZktNItwexo The attitude on display on this…

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On Nov. 27, Martin Scorsese’s highly anticipated gangster/crime movie The Irishman will premiere on Netflix, bringing legendary actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci back to the screen together — but it’s not even the most interesting release of that week. Two days after the film’s premiere, Pesci will release an album titled Pesci … Still Singing. Yes, Joe Pesci — the actor known for his snappy wit and memorable characters in films like Scorsese’s Goodfellas, My Cousin Vinny and many more. You see, Pesci is also a singer in addition to the accolades he’s earned over the…

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Have you heard about The Hu? No, not the classic English rock band out on a triumphant 50th anniversary tour with a new album out soon. This article is about about The Hu, a Mongolian band formed in 2016 (so named due to Hu being a root word for “human” in Mongolian) that plays a brand of music that’s exceedingly difficult to describe. There’s traditional Mongolian throat singing, traditional Mongolian instruments like the morin khuur, and some intense, haunting compositions that dabble in what can best be described, maybe, as “metal.” Like this one, “Wolf Totem,” which has its own…

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These are busy times for Tom DeLonge. In addition to the news that the longtime Blink-182 guitarist/vocalist was onto something with his space exploration (and possible alien discovery) endeavors, he’s also fully back at work with Angels and Airwaves. On Monday, the band premiered a music video for “Kiss and Tell,” a new song from what is expected to be a new Angels and Airwaves album in 2020. A bouncy song with requisite synth and shimmery production, matched to DeLonge’s vocals, the song’s video might bring a sense of familiarity to Blink-182 fans, given that he appears throughout it dressed…

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